Nature provides the raw materials; Peter draws his inspiration both from the pulse of the modern metropolis as well as a reverence for ancient traditions of adornment. Although each piece is unique, there is a unifying thesis that ties his body of work together. They are statements of the extraordinary, grand gestures of personal expression. As Peter states, "I make extraordinary jewelry for extraordinary people."
Peter sees himself both as an artist and a craftsman whose imagination is not limited by material or scale. Rather, he establishes a palate of contrasting colors, forms and textures that narrates this ornamental theater performed by the one-of-a-kind art work, the wearer and their audience. For Peter, beauty is a celebration of nature. His work honors the personality of gems as much as the person wearing them; exceptional colors, vibrancy and inclusions hold more charisma, than flawless perfection. Surrounded by the majestic Alps and the Bodensee, the medieval town of Constance provides the ideal setting for Peter and his talented team to honor the art of goldsmithing and create provocative jewels of timeless beauty.